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David A. Moody25/02/2017 12:05:38
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A while ago I collected a set of four small Star Trek models. There two others in the series, The Enterprise-D and a surprise model, but the shop had sold out and never got them back in stock. Anyway, they sat on my desk for a while, and got knocked around a bit, and broken a couple of times, thankfully they were easy to fix. The Enterprise-D model came later, it's one of those glueless die cut stainless steel models that take a considerable amount of time to assemble! Anyway, I've been toying with the idea for some time now to mount them on a picture frame, and this week I finally got it done.

The full project: http://woodworking.david-moody.info/framing-star-trek/

Edited By David A. Moody on 25/02/2017 12:07:06

David A. Moody25/02/2017 12:48:03
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After I posted this my wife saw it and said that I should've titled this "Frame me up Scotty!" I burst out in laughter, couldn't believe I didn't come up with that title myself! Anyway, changed it on my blog lol.

 

Edited By David A. Moody on 25/02/2017 12:48:54

Sparky27/02/2017 12:24:49
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Your wife seems to have our sense of humour David...sign her up Scotty! LOL 😂

Great work mate, well done. 👍🏼😊

David A. Moody27/02/2017 16:34:32
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Thanks Sparky lol

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